Euronit. Tegral, for the next generation

Since 1936, Tegral has been at the heart of agriculture and farms across Ireland, proud to be the farmer’s choice when it comes to your buildings. It is now ready for the next generation, and proud to introduce its new name – Euronit.

Tegral as a company has been part of the global building materials group Etex since 1988 and is now moving towards a change which will see it launch four new commercial brands, each dedicated and committed to a key sector. In the case of its agricultural products and services, that brand is Euronit.

This move is one which will unite Tegral with all its sister companies around the world, as they move to one global brand dedicated to agriculture and bringing the best to farmers worldwide. One strong company at your service, growing with farmers towards a sustainable future.

Paddy Kelly, managing director of Euronit, Etex Ireland, said: “This is an incredibly exciting time for us at Tegral as we rebrand.

Tegral has been around for decades and we are proud of the relationships we have built with farmers, fabricators and co-ops across Ireland over the years. This rebrand will only serve to strengthen those relationships further as we now have a clear dedicated platform to serve the agricultural community.

“With the support of global innovation and technologies, we will be better equipped to meet the ever-changing needs of our customers and offer smart, sustainable solutions.

“Our commitment to supporting local remains unwavering, and we are still manufacturing in Athy, Co. Kildare, and proud Guaranteed Irish members. We are still the same people, products and services you know and trust, just with a new name. And we look forward to seeing Euronit sheeting in farmyards across Ireland soon.”

The next generation

Euronit launches into the market this week with the help of three generations of farmers from a local farming family, the Delaney’s, who run a top-quality beef and dairy farm in Co. Laois.

Proud of where we’ve come from, excited for where we are headed

After over 80 years in Ireland, the company has gained a lot of experience and understanding of what farmers need to run a sustainable, productive and profitable farm.

It has specialist knowledge of farm building requirements across a full range of agricultural sectors – including dairy, beef, pigs, poultry, equestrian, arable, storage and more.

It offers a reliable service and has worked alongside universities and the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine to ensure its products are the highest quality, Grant Approved so you can have full peace of mind that you and your valuable assets are protected.

Animal welfare is at the heart of everything at Euronit, and with both local knowledge and global research available, it can help you to understand exactly what’s best for your farm and livestock.

It is the sole supplier of both metal and fibre cement sheeting and this unique position in the Irish market guarantees that it supplies you with what best fits your needs. With local advisors across Ireland, as well as a dedicated internal sales and technical team, it is on hand to help you through every stage of your project.

Share your Tegral/Euronit farm building

Over the years, the company has enjoyed seeing your farms thrive and it is especially wonderful to see farmers sharing their projects.

Tegral/Euronit invites farmers across Ireland who have a Tegral shed to share it with the company on social media using the hashtag #euronitireland; or tagging it on its new social media channels – Facebook and Instagram.

It has a range of Euronit goodies to give away including Irish goodies hampers worth €100, Euronit umbrellas, beanie hats and more.

How to find out more

You can visit the Euronit website at:; or contact it on: 059-8631316 to discuss any of your farm building needs.

What about Tegral’s other products, like roof slates?

Tegral has also been the leading supplier of residential materials across Ireland for over 80 years. Its residential range of products, including roofing slates and cladding, also has a new home under the brand name of Cedral, where its mission is to build more beautiful worlds.

Also still locally made in Athy, it is still Irish made for Irish weather and you can find out more about this new brand and range by visiting its dedicated residential website: